The first Best of the Web for 2011 is action packed, so much so that you might want to wear a helmet with all of the links thrown about. A fiancee for Big Ben, the Pitt coaching carousel, ranking the NFL QBs, Pirate prospect news, and Pitt’s behind-the-scenes TV show
Michael Haywood was intorduced as the next head football coach of the University of Pittsburgh on Thursday, just 10 days after Dave Wannstedt was shown the door by Pitt Athletic Director Steve Pederson
Chris Peak of Pantherlair.com joins the Fan Morning Show to talk about the resignation of Dave Wannstedt.
Hungry for links? This virtual buffet has you covered, with news on Raven cheap shot allegations, the explanation of the Steelers’ dominance in “Toxic Differential”, the amazing story of Kris Letang’s All-Star voting, Pirate hot […]
It’s Best of the Web time, Pittsburgh! On this week’s slate: James Harrison to meet Santa, Hines Ward teeing off, Terrell Suggs making a good point(!), results of the Lemieux/Crosby locker auction, lots of opinions […]
Happy Thanksgiving, Yinzers! And as a pre-turkey appetizer, here are this week’s top 20 Burgh-related links from around the web. We’ve got some Pirate roster moves, a nude Ochocinco, TO vs. Big Ben, Rashard Mendenhall’s […]
The 103rd edition of the “Backyard Brawl” between Pitt and West Virginia held this year on Friday, Nov. 26, at Heinz Field will be nationally televised by ABC and kick off at noon.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Pitt beat writer Paul Zeise joined Vinnie and Cook from Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan to break down Pitt football and their match-up against Connecticut. He sheds light on the defensive front, as well as […]
Each week, The Fan’s resident nerd (me), will be taking you on a whirlwind trip around the internet with a new feature creatively titled, “Best of the Web”. For those of you looking to fritter […]
Last week’s picks in one word: HORRIBLE. I’m kinda skeptical about my ability to bounce back.
Brad also tells us what he makes of experts picking Pitt to finish very high in the Big East.
*NCAA-mandated practices begin for the Pitt men’s team on Friday, Oct. 15, 2010.
Pitt renews ties with one of its oldest eastern rivals when it travels to Syracuse this week. The teams have met 65 prior times with the Panthers holding a 32-30-3 edge in the historic series.
GAME STORYLINES Pitt seeks an unprecedented third consecutive victory at Notre Dame Stadium when it visits the Irish this week for a national NBC television date. The Panthers defeated Notre Dame in each of their […]